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THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1919-
BENNINGTON BRIEFS
Waajaajaaaai
Special
Infants'
Sweatera
Navy, white
and Cardinal
Special
Infants'
Booties .
22c
Pink an 1
white, blue
and white.
Picture Baby this Winter in bright, pretty
Togs - -- all new T from our new Infants9
Department, where we have abundance of
v pretty things for the little tots.
THE
BOOTIES '
Pretty booUes, in
nout . designs and
colore In all lengths.
22c to $1.19
THE "
TOQUES
Wool toques of
plain white, Cardinal
Copen and Rose, al
so color combinat
ions. 59c to 9Sc
THE
SACQUES
An assortment of
pretty and dainty
styles In plain and
colored combinations
59c to $2.50
THE
MITTENS
Of all wool, silk
and . wool, long and
short lengths in plain
white and olors.
19c to 49c
THE
COATS
A beautiful assortment of
coats and capes of Cashmere,
Chinchilla and Corduroys in
styles that are the newest.
The Norfolk, the High Walst
ed with the Chin Chin cellar,
the box coat with belt.
$3.9S to $6.98
THE
SWEATERS
Made of all wool Zephr,
Germantown and Shetland
floss. Colors are pink, blue,
THE
SLIPONS
To appreciate i cardinal, rose, white und co
these little slipons ! pen In all the newest styles.
$2.98 to $-1.98
you must see them.
They come in all
wool and in an as
sortment of pretty
colors.
$2.19 to $4.9S
THE
LONG DRESSES
A variety ot' pretty Ion.-;
dresses, trimmed with lace:;
embroideries in round, squaru
and high neck.
59c to $3.98
THE
SHORT DRESSES
Here you will find U. beaut
iful assortment of square,
round and high nock dressns,
beautifully trimmed in laces
and embroideries at
19c to $3.98
BATH ROBES FOR INFANTS 79c to 61.98
THE CAPS
Caps of silk, wool
silk and wool mix
tures in plain white,
white with pink and
blue trimmings at
59c to $1.98
THE
GERTRUDES
We- carry the
Vanta V Gertrudes
in all wtol
$1.00 to $1.75
Muslin Gertrudes, all
prices. , . ,
" the
SHIRTS
The little shirts
button all the way
down the front and
no hotter shirts in
cotton, wool, merino
and silk and wool
mixture at
29c to $1.50
THIS
BANDS
Hand of cclton,
wool and wool mix
tures in these well
known makes
Burklands, Carters
' and Vanta V.
THE HOSE
Hose for the in
fants in cashmere
with colored heel
and tee. Cottons and
lisle in all colors.
29c to 79c
zsn en
News of the Town and Village Toltf
Briefly for Busy Readers
Beginning Saturday, Oct. 11, the
dental offices In Bennington will be
open Saturday afternoons. Adv.
t Charles Tomasi was in Dorset and
' visited the orchard cf B. H. West. Mr.
(Tomasi reported that the trui't is ex
cellent this year. '
l A regular meeting of Mt. Anthony
: lodge, V .and A. M., will bo held this
evening at 7:30, Special business is
to be transacted.
Scenes at the famous San Juan
Capia.iano Mission, shown in "A
Man's Fight" starring Dustin Farnum
at Harte Theatre today. Adv.
See Dustin Farnum in "A Man's
I Fight," a Harold Lloyd comedy, Pathe
News and Topics of the Day at the
Harte Theatre today. Adv.
Tomorrow is Wednesday, Oct. 11,
and on that day at 10 a. m. opens the
Old Academy sale. The sale will
continue until Thursday at 5 p. m.
Lost Topaz rosary beads between
St. Francis de Sales church and Saf
ford St.. valued as a gift. Suitable
' reward given if returned to Mary Out-
fin, 124 Safford St. 19tU
j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kendall cf
I Keene, N. H., who have been guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Firth, have gone
; to New York to v-isit their son before
returning home.
"The Heart of Humanity" big 8
reel predction featuring Dorothy Phil-
; lips is more than a masterpiece, it is
;an Inspiration. At Opera House Frl
; day and Saturday. Adv.
I Street Commissioner F. M. Crawford
is today engaged with several men
and an asphalt furnace making re-
pairs on the new read on Union street
jat the Junction with South street,
i Not much business was transacted
,at the October meeting of tha. board
j of water commissioners Monday even
iing. There was an application for an
' extension on Kast Main in the vicinity
(of the Guideboard. No defiinite action
(could be taken because of the limited
i amount of money at the disposal of
! the board for extension work.
i The members of local 1196, United
I Textile Workers of America, who are
included among the operatives who
,left the Black Cat Textiles company
mill in August on a srike for increas
ed wages and a 48 hour week, held
. a meeting Monday night for the pur
pose of considering the situation. No
, defiinite actio.'i was taken but It was
decided to hold another meeting to
night. i Every married woman knows "The
Eleventh Commandment." Besides
the Ton Commandments of the Deca
logue there is another unwritten, an
, eleventh, which every woman knows:
"Thou shah marry none but the man
. thcu Invest" to disobey is often to
'open wide the door to infelicity and
even tragedy. Harte Theatre tomor
row. Adv.
NEW STORE HOURS This store will Open at 8 A. M. and Close at 6 P. M. daily, except
Saturday, when doors will remain open until 9 P. M.
F1
mm
PRISONERS RIOT
40 Sinn Felners Raise Disturbance in
Jail -M;
Dublin, Oct. 6. Forty Sinn Fein
prisoners, including twenty-six brought
from Cork Prison, began rioting today
in Mountjoy Prison after a hunger
strike. They smashed the windows
and furniture In their cells. Several
prisoners were injured before the dis
turbances were quelled.
READY TO TALK PEACE
Stops Pain
Body
etief
For
CRAMPS;
COLIC
and
DYSENTERY
Do fins-halt triapoonfiU la
a hilt luiiblrr of water.
Intrant reMrf. Haft or
children. 25c 50c, $1.00.
e.
Representatives of the Baltic States
Give Notice. i
j Stockholm, Oct. G. Representatives i
; o ftlfe Baltic states, in session at Dor-j
i pa, have decided to notify M. Tchit-1
; cherin, bolshevik foreign minister of I
Russia, that the Baltic provinces aro
I willing to open peace negotiations at
I Dorpat, the terms including the recog
nition of the independence of those
states. An answer is requested be
fore Oct. 25, according to advices I
from Reval.
we know that he would take his stand
with the patriots who are working to
brighten the flame of intense .Ameri
can nationalism. Since we cannot
have him in person, let us commune
with him through his works reded!
rating ourselves to the cause, of one
flag one language and one loyality.
This I am sure, above all else, Is what
he wouldl have us do Io his memory."
NORTH BENNINGTON
have
10 rar irlwi
, ana true. Fat
l Family UK.
FARnl FOR SAIE
The E:mer Rudd farm in the west
part of Bennington
197 Acres Land
33 Acres Woodland
. Good buildings, running water in
house.
Price right Terms can be made to
suit purchaser. Further particulars
inquire
WILLIAM H. WILLS
Bennington; Vt. Phone 500.
The Roosevelt Memorial
James P. Croodrich, Governor of
Indiana, has written as follows to Mr.
Thompson.
"It there Is any one thing, above
all others, for which the name 01
Theodore Roosevelt stands, that one
thing is sturday Americanism. I be
lieve that it is this one quality more
than any one thing which has en
deared Theodore Roosevelt to the
American heart. His devotion to his
country and its institutions was so
wholehearted, so unselfish, that his
name will ever prove an inspiration
to the thorough American who
seeking to further the interest 01
his country and the things which it
typifies.
"At this time when the leaven of
internationalism is working in the
land, and not without a certain in
sidious effect, the guiding influence of
Theodore Roosevelt is needed as
never before. If he were alive today
Daily Thouqht.
As n vessel Is l;nmvn by ih sound,
whether I' be cracked r n it, so mec
ii-( proved by their sn"' 'u s. w bethel
tln'v tie v'se or foolish. T'l-mosthenes
MAN'S
BEST AGE
A man is as old as his organs; ho
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
GOLD MEDAL
Ol
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
.liver, bladder and uric acid troubles
since 1606; corrects disorders; stimulates
vital organs. All druggists, three sizes.
Look for tho name Cold Medal on evarr bos
and accept no imitation
I'HARTE THEATRE
ana
s oaay
Mr. and Mrs. frank Howe
moved to Cambridge, N. V.
Miss Bessie Scriven spent Sunday
j with her brother, Broas Scriven.
Miss Prut in Weir spent the week
: end with friends in Saratoga, N. V.
I Romem-bor the rummage sale in
j Village Hall Thursday at 10 o'clock.
I Mr .and Mrs. Walter King have
purchased a farm of F. B. Harrington,
j Mr. and Mrs. Whiter Stewart of Ben
I nington were in town visiting Sun
day. J Mr and Mrs. Kdward Bryant of
j Manchester, Vt., sent Sunday in
town.
Mr .and Mrs. Kred Mattison and
family were called to North Adams
Sunday by the death of a relative.
Miss Sabina Howe has returned
from the Putnam Memorial hospital,
where she had an operation for appen
dicitis. Miss Howe is recovering
rapidly.
Mrs. Emma J. Newton is spending
two weeks with relatives and school
friends in Dridgport, Conn. She re
turned with a motoring party who
were her guests from Bridgeport.
V. C. Mason of l'awlet has been
in this vicinity on his semi-annual
trip with one hundred head of cattle,,
stopping at the Houghton Rice farm..
Rollin Mattison purchased three reg
istered full blooded Holstein cattle of
him.
Friends here were notified of the
death ot Mrs. II. T. Bennett of Man
chester, Vt. Mrs. Bennett's maiden
name was Sarah Slocum. In her
younger days she was a school teach
er and taught for a long period in the
district school on the hill where Ken
neth Dunham now resides. Later
she taught in the grades in North Ben
nington.
D
IN
THRILLING ROLE OF NOTABLE NOVELTY
. A MaE s Migtit
It's a gripping story of the East and West, of riches, a brother's sacrifice, Sing
Sing, and a man's struggle for a good name and the love of a glorious girl. It reveals
Dustin Farnum in an universal role son of a New York aristocratic family later in Sing
Sing prison, and as a business man out in the big West.
PATHE NEWS
LLOYD COMEDY
TOPICS OF THE DAY
it
Tomorrow "The Eleventh Commandment" starring Lucille Lee Stewart,
ter No. 6 "Perils of Thunder Mountain."
Chap-
ARE YOU DISAPPOINTED
often by not feeling well enough to at
tend some social gathering, or to keep
Hii appointment, on account of an at
tack of indigestion? Such experiences
cause disappointment, don't they?
You can ward off these attacks, and
keep your stomach and digestive or
gans healthy by taking SEVEN
BARKS, Nature's remedy of roots and
herbs.
When the stomach is out of order,
the liver not working properly, or the
bowels are sluggish, a few doses of
SEVEN BARKS will stimulate the
liver, regulate the flow of bile, expel
distressing acids and dangerous poi
sons, and quickly restore you back to
good digestion and normal health.
Stomach disorders are the direct
cause of nearly all the ailments that
affect the human system, and make life
a burden, instead of a pleasure.
Digcstiive trouble also spoils beauty,
robs you of sleep, makes dark rings
around the eyes, and ruins the com
plexion. Let SEVEN BARKS digest
Jour food and tone your stomach, then
you may cat what you like and bright
eyes will soon return.
Ask your druggist for SEVEN
BARKS. If he does not happen to
have it, lie will get it for you. Ac
cept no. substitute. PRICE, 50 cents.-
C
Reynolds
' LVERYTHINQ THAT A HOMU Y EAMS
In the Glow of the Evening Lamp
Greatest Display of Floor and Table Lamps ever shown in this city Mahogany,
Polychrome, Bronze and Iron finishes. Shades in Silk, Vellumesque and Parchment.
Shades priced from , $10.00 to $85.00
Lamps, ih oil, gas and electric, from $8.00 to $200.00
. WATCH WINDOWS
This week in the Furniture Dept., we are showing about 100 Lamps, all jlluminated. It
' is worth your time to come in and see the display.
TBE UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT (2nd Floor)
Specializes in Unique, Original Treatments for Particular Homes
A stroll through this beautiful department is worth while. The charming Cur
tains, Slip Covers, the Screens, the out-of-th e-ordinary Cushions, the Red Cedar Chests
for the storage of Furs and Blankets, the im mense collection of Cretonnes and Tapes
tries, all meet the fashionable demand.
There are dignified patterns for draw ing rooms ; cheerful ones for living rooms,
and big patterns with colors just a little daring for sun parlors and solarium. Orders
executed in shortest possible time.
Prices for materials and work lowest in the city.
BED BLANKETS and COMFORTABLES for Chilly Nights.
Rugs Carpels Linoleums
One of the largest stocks to select from in the city.
We have a large collection of floor coverings at prices which have not been affect
ed materially by the recent upward trend.
In fact, the prices are under what we would be compelled lo charge had we bought
within the past few months. There is a worth-while saving on many of the most wanted
floor coverings.
V
Berkey & Gay Furnilure for Good Homes-,
What the word "Sterling" is to silver, the name Berkey and Gay is to furniture.
In July last, when our buyers were attending the big furniture exposition in Grand
Rapids, Mich., they were impressed more than ever with the designs, construction and
finish of this reliable furniture, with the result that they bought generously. To people
,of refined taste who appreciate beautiful furniture for the bedroom or dining room, it will
'appeal strongly. A splendid display is now b eing made on our salesfloors. Come, and
welcome.
CONTRACT PAYMENTS
When we couple small profits and quick service with our Contract Payment
Plan, which permits of the equipment of an entire house, a single room or the pur
chase of a single piece of furniture upon a small payment at time of selection and
the balance of bill to be liquidated in small amounts spared from your pay enve
lope weekly or monthly, or as best suits your convenience, the secret of the R. C.
Reynolds growth in business is laid bare.
The R. C. Reynolds Store will always be a store for people who believe that
thrift creates content.
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MONUMENT SQUARE, TROY
74-76 STATE STREET, ALBANY.
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GERMAN OFFICIALS FOR TRIAL and given up its charter and dissolved !
lita union, so that today the uniformed 1 Eye,
Lists Prepared But Do Not Contain , forces ot Norfolk are upon a sound
Name of Kaiser. land proper basis, consistent with the
qC 7 Newspapers nn-!l,"t 'i i"H -Auimiiisinuioii. uuni im
parls,
nounce that lists of German officials
and others to be delivered to the al
lies for trial are now pratically ready,
for submission to Germany. The
papers point out that the lists do not
contain the name of the former em
peror, who is to be dealt with separately.
ton .News.
Practice Limited to
Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Fitted Properly
Dr. J. R. Wilson
201 Union St. Bennington, VI.
fOLEY KIDNEY PIL! ' DLL'Y KIDNEY PILJj
Americanism
We have previously touched upon
the necessity of our neifthborlnp; state
of Massachusetts re-electing Oover
nor Coolidge this fall and we are a
eain impelled to rinseder th" subject
when we learn that one h ndred of,
the Boston policemen's Ui;l;:i have
taken the stump against him and will'
campaign actively until election day.)
Further we have the statement of j
the campaign manager of the Demo-i
cratic ccadidate that "Within a few
months you will find Coolidge out,
Long in the chair and the "cops" back '
on their job's in Boston. " I
Certainly the issue could not be;
more clear cut. The defeat of Gov-,
ernor Coolidge Is to be interpreted j
a statewide demand that the lloston !
police be reinstated and the splendid,
principle of Americanism for which j
Mr. Coolkrge stood controverted in ;
the Interest of class prejudice. - j
It was not a labor trouble which
Boston suffered from but the whole-j
sale desertion from posts ot duty by
the police force of the city. Massa-.
chusetts cannot very well stand for
law and order and defeat Governor j
Coolidge in view of the stand taken ;
by the Democratic campaign manager. .
In the meantime the ex-members of!
the Boston police force may gain wis-!
dom from what happened in Norfolk, j
Va. j
Some weeks ago the police force
of Norfolk, then affiliated with organ- i
ized labor, was served with an ulti
matum at 1.30 p. m. The next day
this ultimatum repired that they
divorce themselves absolutely from
any affiliation with labor or any organ
ization outside of the police force or
be dismissed.
By 10 A. M. the next day the police
force or Norfolk had found their bet
ter judgement. They gave up their
charter, dis-bnnded their union, and
are now affiliated with no organization
outside of the police force. And fur
ther, the fire department of the City
of Norrolk, appreciating the policy of
the city government in declaring af
filiation with organizations outside of
the force to Ije inadmissable, has
divorced Itself from organized labor 3sbz3SGSS3S3S5EE
,d Us iafee
Our Foreman, who bakes New Era Bread has devoted .
his life to the art of baking. He bakes the same delicious
uniform bread for you daily.
New Era Bread is good because not only are the ma
terials the best, but because they are made up into a deli
cious loaf by a baker with whom baking is a science.
NEW ERA BREAD 15c PER LOAF
Your Grocer Has It.
Davenport s
Bakery
Gage St.
Bennington, Vt.
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